Educational visits are a great way to extend children's learning outside of the classroom.
A series of off-site educational visits and visitors to school are arranged for each class annually to supplement the Curriculum and enhance our pupils' learning.
Autumn - Falconry workshop where the children get to meet birds of prey.
Spring - A Pirate joins our Reception Classes!
Autumn - Stone Age Day - children experience what it would be like to be a Stone Age person, going on a hunt in the woods, learning to throw a spear, lighting a fire and cooking on an open fire!
Spring - The children visit the National Coal Mining Museum as part of our Geography topic which compares Yorkshire to another region in the World.
Summer - The children are visited by a real life Roman soldier! A guest historian will visit school and bring the Romans topic to life!
Autumn - Bradford Industrial Museum - children experience and see primary sources /historical artefacts from the Victorian Industrial Revolution
Spring - Ancient Greece Day
Autumn - Visit to WW2 museum
Spring - The children perfom at the Young Voices Concert in Manchester.
Summer - The children will go on their residential visit to Robin Wood!